Alt-pop singer Natalie McCool talks dreamy new offering "A Sun Going Down", and what we can expect from her forthcoming album.
Talking her upcoming fifth album and the 15th anniversary of L.A.M.B., cultural icon Gwen Stefani covers our Spring 2021 issue.
Speaking to fellow actor Camila Morrone, the star of Mike Cahill's Bliss Salma Hayek covers our Spring 21 issue.
Meet Zikai, the Swedish pop sensation who's transporting us back to a much simpler, more carefree time with her latest offering, "Stay This Way".
R&B singer Unusual Demont talks his new smooth single "Pine" and how he's ready to unleash his next project, Hues.
Australian pop star Tulliah drops captivating new single “Distant Dreams” and talks upcoming debut EP “Fre$h Hugs”.
Female skater Kavita Ayesha Babbar talks picking up her board, photographing her homies and overcoming her fears.
Rising UK producer Franklin talks teaming up with a musical legend in the middle of a pandemic and what he's got in store for us next.
International ensemble Snowapple talk unusual musical influences, cutting across genres and generations, and their upcoming album, Wrong Feet.
Ross Lynch on the explosive final season of the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, his band The Driver Era, and what 2020 taught him.
Presenter, radio host and soon-to-be actor Maya Jama talks resilience, reclaiming her narrative and why she’s refusing to limit herself in any way.
Speaking to John David Washington, Kid Cudi reflects on the expansive world he’s built across music and film, and how he’s still growing within it.
Texan psych-funk trio Khruangbin unpack the success of their critically-acclaimed third album Mordechai, and coming full circle with the curation of their round-the-globe Late Night Times.
Learn her name: Only the most saccharine and blissful pop from San Francisco-hailed newcomer Salem Ilese.
"Legendary arbiter of the popular culture" George Wayne unpacks Nashville's next breakthrough act, brother-sister duo Juna N Joey.
South African singer-songwriter Julia Church on her musical roots and "don't really care what we call it", the blissful pop gem to play and repeat.
Canadian troubadour Donovan Woods on human intimacy, and how his heartrending new album Without People couldn't have come at a more apt time.